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elettonnaal day today and last night bounn to wrap up in a few morr minutes. jennifer is at studio b for update on the all important tote board jennifer. >> we are here where the phones have been ringing all affernoon. we have had a very exciting afternoon here locally for the muscular dystrophy telethon and i'm here with cal rom mda. have wed a grit day so far. >> so far so good. it has beee an exciting afternnon. a lot of exciting guests and money we see raising is very, very very exciting to us. >>reporter: late in thee% afternnon ww are over 800,000 dollars. we know last year we did top 1 million dollars here locally. boy we would love to top the number again wouldn't we. >> we have oor fingers we have to eep the phones ringing. right now in a little bit of a break but i tell you you wiil see the numbers, can i tall about a competitor. go to tv 54 watth the telethon and call innthose pledges. >>reporter: our sister station working tooether here with fox 44 and channel 54 worrkng hand in hand today for this wonderful cause and just tell us very quickly this money stays here local
: jennifer already has a full time job as a manager of a downtown d.c. office building but she's taken a second job as a baby sitter. >> it's been great. it's been a great opportunity to be able to continue doing what i love to do, which is baby-sitting. >> reporter: but forest uses seeking sitters.com. the american university business school graduate is among the 7 million people in the country working two or more jobs. >> in this economy, it's tough and it's nice to have a little bit of extra money. >> reporter: seeking sitters started it because of her own trouble. >> my husband ethan was laid off and we decided if we're going to do it, we should do it now. >> reporter: while inflation has raised, wages have failed to keep pace. for uncle sam's nieces and nephews, the answer is not the great. more and more are struggling to find even one job. >> kay lynn brown and justin brown, i am still looking for a job. it is difficult to find employment these days. >> i have a second job. i feel blessed, definitely. >> reporter: layoffs may force more workers to take more work just to stay even
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